The Gift Voucher as a Photo Puzzle
Create Completely Original and Exciting Gift Vouchers
A self-designed gift voucher in the form of a puzzle is a creative and one-of-a-kind gift for loved ones. Whether for Valentine’s Day, your anniversary, a birthday, or other celebrations – a gift voucher is a popular gift idea for just about any occasion. While a normal run-of-the-mill envelope or card usually give away the fact that the present is a gift card/voucher of some kind, a puzzle will keep them guessing what the gift is till the last minute since the recipient has to first assemble the puzzle to find out what their surprise is.
Quickly and Easily Create Your Photo Puzzle Gift Voucher
With the ifolor Designer Software along with our numerous design templates, you’ll be finished designing your gift voucher puzzle in the blink of an eye. For the puzzle motif, it’s best to use a picture that is thematically fitting to your gift. If giving them something like a weekend getaway, for instance, a picture of the destination would work perfectly.
Designing Is Part of the Fun
Once you’ve selected which motif you’d like to use for your gift voucher puzzle, you can then add a personal message to the recipient or extra info about the gift voucher. We even have a special gift voucher template available amongst our other designs. For this template, all you’ll have to do is add your picture and what the gift voucher is for and you’re already done!
You can, of course, take the design process into your own hands and use the ifolor Designer to add text fields with your own message. Should you want to personalise your photo before adding it to the puzzle, you can use a program from the internet or search various app stores to find one of the many free software applications available for editing photos.
Don’t choose too distinguishable of a photo to use for your puzzle to ensure the recipient doesn’t recognise the motif right of the bat after looking at just one puzzle piece.
Remove the photo that’s delivered with the puzzle before giving the puzzle to the recipient. It’d be a shame for the surprise to be spoiled too early!